- Automatic expungement trend gives clean slate to license applicants facing criminal background checks
- Board hid investigators’ actual caseload with fake data for Auditor
- Unrestricted license in one province entitles licensee to full license in others
- Amendments to licensing act do not restart tolling for claims under statute of limitations
- Failure to file agency record into evidence ends disciplined licensee’s appeal
- Rejected applicant can’t sue Montana licensing agency from distant D.C.
- For background check of licensure candidate, Nebraska can access Georgia arrest record that Nebraska would have erased
A California appellate court, in a September 13 ruling, reversed a decision by a lower court to alter a 2010 malpractice and fraud judgment which the state's medical board had relied upon to revoke the license of the doctor accused of malpractice. (Ralli v. Shahinian).
The disciplined doctor had convinced the lower court to alter the 2010 decision by introducing what he claimed was new evidence, unavailable at the earlier trial; the licensing board appealed and the appellate court overturned that holding . . .
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